Acre has partnered with a well know carbon verifier to hire a Director, Energy and Industrial Projects who will lead a team focused on technical and operational excellence. Specifically, the Director will oversee the team handling project registration and verification requests, coordinating closely with validation/verification bodies, and ensuring the integrity of all energy and industrial projects. Technology-based projects hold the promise of both helping with the energy transition and fostering new technologies that will remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Providing guidance and technical support to team members reviewing energy and industrial project registration and verification requests.
Assessing a recommendation from a team member on technical findings regarding a project review.
Reviewing recommendations from a team member about suggested improvements to a methodology, and deciding whether these should be put forward for consideration.
Determining the appropriate action to take in respect of a VVB that has been performing poorly.
Attending a VVB on-site assessment at a project location, to assess the VVB's performance and make recommendations for improvement.
Recruiting, managing and retaining a high-performing Energy and Industrial Projects Team that ensures the integrity and quality of projects registered in the VCS Program.
Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the project review process to ensure projects are processed on time and to the requisite quality standards.
Planning regular trainings for the team on energy and industrial project issues, quality management, new procedures and related topics.
Supporting ongoing efforts to track VVB performance and improve the quality of their audits.
Supporting professional development and promotion within the Energy and Industrial Projects Team, ensuring that the team continues to develop its skills and experience.
Contributing to draft revisions and approvals of VCS methodologies and program rules and procedures relevant to the energy and industrial sector, to maintain those programs' robustness, workability and impact.
A degree, preferably a master's, in engineering, environmental science, or a related field.
10+ years of relevant professional experience, at least 5 years in the development and/or implementation of energy or industrial-related programs or projects.
Strong project management and organizational skills, including prioritizing and working efficiently and effectively under deadlines. Experience in quality management and business process expertise preferred.
Expertise in GHG accounting and methodologies for energy and industrial projects.
Culturally aware with the ability to work with stakeholders and partners from different countries and cultures.
Remote. East Coast USA is preferred, but open to UK, EU, and South America.
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